As an SHS student, I want my community to think more mature for not just us to grow but also our country

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As a SHS student, the change that I would like to see on my community is the changing of each and everyone’s mindset about crab mentality. Having that kind of mindset makes us more immature, it wouldn’t let our community change because they always think about ‘ if I can’t have it, neither can you. ‘. Crab mentality makes things more difficult since it is a habit that hinders people to grow.

https://leajh4mir.wordpress.com/2021/05/08/memoirs-of-a-teenager-senior-highschool-journey

I truly feel like I’m starting over but I can’t start because I don’t know where to, and this bout’s acceptance process has left me holistically exhausted, apathetically hopeless, and aimlessly wandering

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I have absolutely no desire to find a job in my career field and I lost the one person who fully knew and loved me throughout my life. What do I do with that? What, of value, do I even have left? I don’t know who I’m turning into but I know God can make something of her with however much time she has on earth.

https://courtneymessinger.wordpress.com/2020/12/16/remains

As we set out on another week in quarantine, know that I’m praying for you, that I love you, and that I am grateful for your presence in my life — You matter to me! 🙂

Keywords: anorexia , bible , catholic , christianity , coronavirus , covid19 , faith , family , god , jesus , life , mental health , quarantine , recovery

Thirty million people. Each, not just a “number,” but a person. With a story: Moms. Dads. Siblings. Spouses. Sons and daughters. Friends. Colleagues. That staggering statistic hits differently when you think about the person behind the number: struggling to pay bills, put food on the table, blowing through savings, or finding themselves having to go to food banks for the first time, ever.

https://beautybeyondbones.com/2020/05/04/the-question-we-dont-want-to-answer

What do you owe your parents?

something I often hear, the fact that we owe everything to our parents. Well, I tend to disagree. We didn’t choose to be born, we didn’t choose if we wanted to be born. They did. Our parents wanted children for their desire, for them. It is true that, as children, we need food, clothes, a roof, money for our studies. And they did everything to give us that.

https://merirosvo.home.blog/2019/10/16/we-owe-nothing-to-our-parents